Proof that the tooth fairy is hard at work
The Smithsonian and National Museum of American History open the ‘Tooth Fairy File.’
We’re noticing that more and more dentists are using Pinterest, pinning a variety of images—everything from infographics about teeth to healthy snack ideas
to before and after alignment photos.
We found this video pinned on Hagan Dental’s and Pro Dental’s
pages. It’s a brand-spanking new video from the Smithsonian and National Museum of American History, with evidence of the tooth fairy’s existence. You’re
going to want to watch this one.
Here is what the museum says about the video on its YouTube page:
We've gathered the evidence and think we know who to blame for the odd happenings at the museum: the Tooth Fairy. Please share our investigation with
detectives under 12. Kid-friendly background on the Tooth Fairy File:
. More about our dental history collections:
Now that you know the scoop on the tooth fairy, what are you waiting for?
You can share it, too.
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